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  1. The ComfortDelGro Driving Centre in Ubi, as well as its branch office and service points in Kovan and Tampines, are shut with immediate effect from today, the 15th of July 2021. "We were informed by the Ministry of Health (MOH) today that there are four Covid-19 cases linked to our driving centre. Accordingly, we have been directed to close our operations for two weeks," Ms Tammy Tan, ComfortDelGro's group chief branding and communications officer, told The Straits Times. The closure took place with immediate effect, it said in a Facebook post at 5pm. Statement issued on CDC's website According to a statement published just hours ago on the homepage of the driving centre that is located in Ubi: In accordance with the Ministry of Health's directives, ComfortDelGro Driving Centre (Ubi, Kovan and Tampines) will be temporarily closed with immediate effect, from now till 29 July 2021. Traffic Police Tests All Theory and Practical tests booked for the period from 4.25pm on 15 July to 29 July 2021 will be cancelled and fees will be refunded by the Traffic Police. Lesson Cancellation and Refund All physical lessons (practical, simulator, internal evaluation, eTrial test, 2B circuit training, 2A & 2 orientation, VPC and LDCS) that are scheduled at our Centre from 4.25pm on 15 July to 29 July 2021 will be automatically cancelled and lesson fees will be refunded into your store-value account. Automatic cancellations of these lessons will not affect your cancellation count. Online theory lessons will be conducted as scheduled. Driver Improvement Point System (DIPs) and Safe Driving Course (SDC) DIPs and SDC courses scheduled from 16 July to 29 July 2021 will be cancelled and the fees will be refunded into your store-value account. Please check online for the next available date. If you are affected by the Letter of Offer’s validity period, please approach the Traffic Police for an extension. eAppointment All eAppointments scheduled from now to 29 July 2021 will be cancelled. Membership extension for School and Private Learners As a gesture of goodwill, we will also automatically extend the membership of all learners by six months. This applies to all valid school and private learners’ membership. We are deeply sorry for the inconvenience caused and thank you for your understanding and patience as we do the best we can to address your concerns via LiveChat and our online Enquiry Form during this period. We will continue to keep you updated through our Facebook and website should there be further developments. The ever familiar "Motorcycle Training Reporting Counter" It is not known if the closure will be extended once contact tracing measures begin and what steps the centre will be taking to disinfect the premises before it re-opens on the 30th of July. We will update this article as more information is released. If you have friends or family who are currently a leaner rider from CDC, please share this article with them to inform them! If you would like to know more, you can follow us on SingaporeBikes.com or our Facebook and Instagram to keep up to date with the latest news and happenings in the local motorcycle scene. Class 2 learner motorcycles located at CDC
  2. Saw this post on Facebook recently, thought it would be good to share with all if you have a current TP test date coming up. Bro Wee Boon was suppose to have his TP test today but was turned away by the safe distancing officer and denied entry into CDC as his Trace Together app showed that he possible had exposure to a case confirmed to be COVID positive. If you have such interactions, best to check ahead of time with the driving centre to make sure whether you can enter the premises at all, or have to change date or get a refund. From Wee Boon's post: Hi guys, just wanna get some thoughts on CDC enforcing checking of trace together app for possible exposure upon entering. I am suppose to be doing my TP this morning, but I was denied entry due to having possible exposure with the case at Vivo city. I was able to enter the compound the day before to do my circuit revision and road revision and only got to enter after explaining that I was only in the same mall and have not enter the same shop as the case. According to Student affairs officer NEO that was on duty this morning at CDC, "He doesn't care if I was able to enter yesterday as long as he is here today, he will not be letting me in." That was the only explaination given to me. I am a paying student and am I receiving such attitude. I have also tried contacting CDC's customer service and they have yet came up with a SOP to solve/rebook lesson for students that has been denied entry. Till now I have yet to get a new TP test date. I call MOH, they mention to me that because CDC is a private property they have the rights to deny me entry. But MOH point of view is if they nvr contact me to serve SHN, I would have been fine and shouldn't have been denied entry. Waited a month for TP just to get denied
  3. My first motovlog sharing, hope you enjoy it! Do read my YouTube description too
  4. Article reproduced from The Straits Times Learner motorcyclists and drivers could in a few years' time be assessed for a road licence without the presence of a human tester, if a trial here proceeds smoothly. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has called a tender for a trial of a fully automated circuit that will use technology to test motorcycle riders. The Intelligent Driving Circuit (IDC) will eventually replace the current testing method, which involves a human assessor, for both car drivers and motorcyclists. According to the tender documents on government procurement portal GeBiz, the trial is to be conducted on selected Class 2, 2A and 2B motorcycles, which are to be fitted with analytical equipment such as sensors and cameras. The tenderer is expected to supply two motorcycle units for each class and set up automated testing systems at the motorcycle course stations within the test circuit at the Singapore Safety Driving Centre (SSDC) in Woodlands Industrial Park. The tender documents set out the riding errors that the automated testing system must be able to detect at the emergency stop station in a proof-of-concept test. These include failing to attain a minimum speed of 30kmh for Class 2B motorcycles and 40kmh for Class 2 and 2A motorcycles before executing the emergency stop, failing to look straight ahead and hold the handlebar firmly with both hands, and failing to grip the fuel tank with both knees. The system must also be able to detect if a rider puts his feet down before bringing the motorcycle to a complete stop, if he supports the motorcycle with his right foot instead of his left after stopping, or if he stops in a staggering manner. Applying insufficient braking force, applying the clutch before braking, applying the brakes early, failing to close the throttle to make use of the engine brake and failing to apply the front and rear brakes together are also among the listed errors. Other errors that will cause a rider to fail the test immediately include taking more than the required distances to stop the motorcycle on a wet surface, falling off the motorcycle and causing the motorcycle to lean over by more than 45 degrees. The tenderer must show that the system can achieve at least 80 per cent accuracy in detecting and highlighting these errors before the design is considered for further evaluation. The system must be able to achieve 100 per cent accuracy in detecting errors before it is eventually implemented in full. It will also be required to show how demerit points are awarded and why, as well as calculate the total demerit points awarded at the end of the test to determine whether the testee had met the minimum requirements before proceeding to the next test. The trial could take up to a year and a half, according to the tender documents. The tenderer will be required to provide warranty and maintenance of the system for up to 18 months after installation. When the IDC was first announced by Home Affairs and Law Minister K. Shanmugam in 2017, the minister said the trial would take place in 2021 and that the plan was to achieve full implementation by 2023. He said then that using technology to conduct driving lessons and tests will enhance the effectiveness of lessons, increase productivity and allow lessons to be taken outside of the current operating hours to better suit learners' schedules. The MHA did not respond to queries on the trial. A training manager at SSDC declined to comment when approached.
  5. click on the YouTube link if you are a Learner in CDC in Ubi. Route is from lesson 6 onwards Like and share please. Thank you
  6. I am enrolled at Comfort Delgro for my 2B. It seems the next test is the 23rd, but my last theory is the 24th and there are no earlier sessions. The following test date is not published, but other threads suggest it is every 2 weeks but may be booked out. 1) What is my chance of finishing the last theory on the 24th then doing the Theory test 13 days later if I book immediately after the final theory? (what timeframe should I expect) I can only start lesson 6 after passing the RTT, and can only book the practical after passing lesson 8, plus it seems there is then a 1.5 month wait for the TP practical test. 2) what is a realistic timeframe for someone who has a license in another country, with no riding for a few years and not a lot of experience before that? Is there anyway to shorten that time? With the PDL, the Traffic Police lists me as having it, and I have printed the receipt, but for you test you "Must produce a valid PDL (Provisional Driving License)". I have not received anything physical - is the receipt enough? I know the systems are not linked as I had to enter the PDL expiry date. 3) What do I need to prove I have the PDL? Thanks
  7. Anyone taking 2A at SSDC can fall in here. Since nearing 2016 in a few days I just put 2016. Just enrolled yesterday. Mine is worst case scenario - got 2B in Dec 2009, never ride on the road at all until now. Included a poll so once you pass can share how many pracs in total before you can go TP.
  8. Hi all. I am now somehow in a situation where I want to expedite my motorbike license. Ive recently completed all 8 pracs at CDC. And now waiting to book my tp test. Unfortunately i will have to wait for my rtt which is on 2nd June 18 THEN I would be able to book my tp test. My aim is to get my bike license before i ORD. Any kind soul willing to sell me any slots in May. Or trade ( we both cancel and book the other date) eg mine 2nd June and yours 15 may. I cancel and book 15 May, you cancel and book 2nd june. Im willing to pay $20 or any amount for this. Really desperate hahah
  9. Noticed that there isn't any Class 2A CDC threads around so I'll get the ball rolling! ANYONE TAKING CLASS 2A THIS YEAR @ CDC!? @jrcherish @lovewei @rijac @nabilsugarboy @metalskin
  10. Ay yo guys! This is like my very first thread, so yeah. I'll try to make it as informative as possible Anyways, this idea was being inspired by a previous biker to, by the name of Veil. Okay so basically, I'll try to put up what's being learnt on every lesson, price? Thoughts? And of course, personal tips. HAHAHA i sound liker professional, padahal newbie I hope whatever that's being put up would be beneficial to u guys!
  11. so, i just turned 18 few months back and i'm planning to enroll for a 2B license at CDC by end of November. There are a few questions i would like to ask.. 1) How much money do you think i should put aside for the training? (like average) 2) How long do you think it takes to complete and pass the training? (like average) 3) Is it true that the instructor will always fail u for the first attempt at Prac 1? Thanks
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